Biyernes, Oktubre 12, 2012


Adobo -- common, but not ordinary.

No list of Filipino food would be complete without adobo.
A ubiquitous dish in every household in the Philippines, it's Mexican in origin, but Filipinos found that cooking meat (often chicken and pork) in vinegar, salt, garlic, pepper, soy sauce and other spices, was a practical way to preserve meat without refrigeration.
This cooking style can be applied to different meats or even seafood. Sample it in a Filipino home or the garlicky version of the lamb adobo at Abe.

Biyernes, Agosto 24, 2012

Majid Shawarma Foodcart Franchise

Franchise Package:P75,000
Inclusive of:
  • Use of Trade Name and Logo
  • Use of Business System
  • 1 Heavy Duty Cart
  • Complete Equipment
  • Initial Product Inventory (P1,000)
  • Two (2) Sets uniform
  • Packaging Materials
  • Marketing Collaterals (Tarpaulin, Balloons & Flyers)
  • Comprehensive Personnel Training
  • Grand Opening Assistance with balloons and sound system
  • Notarized Franchise Contract
  • Daily sales Report Form
  • FREE 4 balloon arts
Phone: (02) 9020934
Mobile: 0927-224-2222, 0999-7244444

Masterhouse HK Noodle Style Foodcart 


  • Hong Kong style stir fry noodles, plain or with toppings (siomai, burger, egg) plus choice of sauces (teriyaki, sweet chili, oyster, peanut). SRP is P22-P35.
  • Gulaman, Red Iced Tea, other drinks preferred by foodcart owner
Foodcart PackageP31,900
Inclusive of:
  • Standard Cart
  • Tepanyaki Griddle
  • Steamer (electric), 2 layer
  • Utensils (tong, spatula, egg ring)
  • Wares (sauce dispenser, round container)
  • Acrylic Juice Container
  • Weighing Scale
  • Crew shirt and apron
  • CD (Video and manuals)
  • Initial food inventory worth P1,000
  • Tarpaulin banner 2 x 5 ft.
  • E-Loading business (optional)
No Franchise Fee, No Royalty Fee, No Hidden fees
What’s the next step? Please read Frequently Ask Questions here
or Contact:
FoodcartLink Services
Tel: (02) 340-0156, CP# 0922-862-6154, 0921-9513522

Sisig in the City Foodcart Franchise

Sisig in the City commenced its actual operations last February 8, 2009 in the famous city of Cebu. Being well known for it’s beautiful spots and delectable food like lechon, the pride of Cebu, SITC has easily penetrated the market by selling Pork Sisig, as its main product line and best seller. In fact, the local pork used in producing the original lechon of Cebu, is also the same main ingredient of the pork sisig of Sisig in the City.
Sisig in the City started its first outlet at 3rd floor food court area of Elizabeth Mall, situated in the heart of Cebu City. Being the first ever sisig kiosk, it captivated the soul of the Cebuanos and has become successful on its overall operation. Sisig in the City was born. Thereafter, it expanded operations opened more several outlets in all branches of Gaisano Malls, Robinsons Malls, Waltermarts and Sm City. Also, it has outlets around the vicinities of schools and universities, churches and commercial establishments. Thus, on September 22, 2009 after invading Cebu, SITC has reached Metro Manila, Southern Tagalog and Northern Luzon principal cities, and conduct business not only in putting up food cart and kiosks, but as well as, to offer and sell franchise.
Franchise Package includes:
  • Complete Food Cart with Lighted Signage
  • 6 cu. Upright Freezer
  • Microwave Oven
  • Food Service Utensils
  • Pre-Opening Assistance
  • Marketing Support
  • Manpower Training
  • Service Crew Uniform
  • Merchandising Materials
  • Use of Operations Manual
  • Use of Trade Name and Logo
  • Initial Stocks

11th Floor, The One Executive Office
1103 Col. Martinez cor. West Avenue, Quezon City
Tel: (02) 351-7492
606 G/F Ezperanza St., Labangon, Cebu City
Telefax: (032) 268-5566

Twist Potato Fries Franchise

Standard slicing machine : P74,000
Long slicing machine : P77,000
Special slicing machine: P94,000
Inclusive of:
  • Use of name and logo
  • Training personnel (1 time)
  • Booth drawing
  • 1 Slicing machine
  • 1 Fryer machine
  • Battermix (supply)
  • Seasoning powder (supply)
  • Stick and tray (supply)
  • Start contract (supply)
No royalty fee, no renewal fee.
Unit 207A/212 Gateway Centre
Paseo de Magallanes, Makati City
Phone: (02) 853-2261

It’s Tea Time Foodcart Franchise

Franchise Information
Franchise Fee: Php 180,000
Inclusive of:
  • Standard size foodcart
  • Business startup assistance
  • Site selection and evaluation assistance
  • Use of trade name and proprietary marks
  • Equipment list and specifications
  • Initial inventory supplies
  • Crew uniform
  • Training of Franchisee, supervisor and sales staff
  • Marketingadvertising, promotional assistance
  • Pre-opening, opening and post-opening assistance
  • Assistance on processing of business papers
  • Assistance in hiring and selection of crews
  • P500,000 worth of insurance
No Royalty fee
Initial Term of the Franchise – Three (3) Years
Subsequent Term – Two (2) renewals of Three (3) years each for a total of Nine (9) Years
Renewal Fee of P50,000.00
System Advertising Fee – 2% of Gross Sales
Local Advertising Fee – 1% of Gross Sales

Dennis the Grill Boy Franchise

Dennis the grillboy has been the industry’s standard text ever since the 1500s,

Dennis The Grill Boy grants a license to operate to a qualified franchise in a specific location. The franchise makes a commitment to dedicate his time and best effort in operating the store according to the system and standards of Dennis The Grill Boy. He pays DGB a continuing royalty (as a percentage of gross sales) 5% Royalty fee plus 2% advertising fund. Franchise fee P 750,000.00 plus 12% vat.
  • Franchise Fee: Php 750,000.00 + 12 % VAT
  • Includes: Operations Support, Use of Brand / Trade Name
  • Opening Marketing Support , training support and Operations Manual.
  • Franchise Term: 8 Years ( Renewable )
  • Product Security Deposit: Php 200,000.00
  • Minimum Space Requirement: 100 sqm
  • Royalty / Service Fee: 5 % of Gross Sales
  • Advertising Fee: 2 % of Gross Sale
The total investment will come to around over 5.5M depending on the size of the outlet. The cost involved are franchise fee, store equipment, building and leasehold improvement, signages, POS systems, refundable security deposit, furniture and fixtures, working capital and initial supplies.